ATASCADERO, Calif. — Another monolith has been spotted.
This time, it’s in southern California according to USA TODAY.
The Atascadero News reports that it was located atop Pine Mountain and unlike the monolith found in southern Utah, this one was not attached to the ground and could easily be pushed over.
The Utah monolith was first spotted by a crew counting Bighorn Sheep.
It was removed by a well-known Moab slackliner and base jumper who was angry it had been put there in the first place.
Once the story got out, people went to southern Utah to find the monolith, including Utah's Diesel Brothers.
Another monolith was discovered in far away Romania.